Sunset at the Zoo to celebrate Hispanic culture in September

SANFORD, Fla. — It’s time for fiesta!


Hispanic Heritage Month is just around the corner, and the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens is ready to join the celebration in its all-ages summer series, Sunset at the Zoo.

Sunset at the Zoo allows guests to enjoy a few extra hours at the zoo.

The event is held on the fourth Friday of the month from May to September and will celebrate a different culture during each month’s event.

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September’s Sunset at the Zoo will take place on Sept. 28, featuring Hispanic culture and heritage with vendors, food trucks, entertainment, and Zoo favorites.

The zoo will reopen the gates at 5 p.m. and will stay open until the sun goes down.

For tickets and more information, CLICK HERE.

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